Healing Through Music Therapy, 2019 Oral Roberts University
Healing Through Music Therapy, Hayoung Lim
Spiritus: ORU Journal of Theology
This article explores the field of music therapy as a healthcare profession to benefit various clinical populations and the way in which music therapy is a whole-person approach to healing for people with cognitive, physical, and social needs.
The Effects Within A Church Of A Music Program For Special Needs Students, 2019 Liberty University
The Effects Within A Church Of A Music Program For Special Needs Students, Stephanie Jean Toepoel
This project investigated the effects that a faith-based music class for special needs students had upon the students, their families, and the participating church body. Two special needs students participated in a four-week faith-based general music class sponsored by their local church. Significant spiritual growth was demonstrated by the families of the special needs students and the church body and was reported in personal interviews and anonymous surveys. The study evaluated the physical, cognitive, and spiritual progress the students demonstrated during the four-week class. Data was collected through researcher observation and journaling, audiovisual recordings, personal interviews of the assistant teacher ...
Entrepreneurship And Pr Skills For Music Students, 2019 Portland State University
Entrepreneurship And Pr Skills For Music Students, Tomás Cotik
In a successful ensemble, not only do musicians need to spendcountless hours mastering their instruments and improving their ensemble playing, they also need to be entrepreneurial, media savvy, and their own managers and promoters—in otherwords, able to deal with a variety of non-musical endeavors.
Reimagining The Flute Masterclass: Case Studies Exploring Artistry, Authority, And Embodiment, 2019 The Graduate Center, City University of New York
Reimagining The Flute Masterclass: Case Studies Exploring Artistry, Authority, And Embodiment, Sarah Carrier
All Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
This work explores the flute masterclass as an aesthetic, ritualized, and historically reimagined cultural practice. Based on fieldwork that took place between 2017 and 2019 in the United States, in Italy, and on the social media platforms Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube, I argue that the masterclass—an extension of the master/apprentice system that dominates learning in the classical music tradition—is characterized by embodied qualities of artistry and authority. These qualities are not inherent, but are perceived through subjective, social, familied, and affective bodies.
Chapter One outlines the main themes and the research design. Chapter Two is a case ...
Modern Conducting: An Exhibition Of Traditional And Commercial Conducting, 2019 Liberty University
Modern Conducting: An Exhibition Of Traditional And Commercial Conducting, Mark Edward Mcdowell
From the 20th century onward, there has been many notable musical and technological developments. These developments have led to the formation of new musical genres and commercial ensembles. The new genres and commercial ensembles have pertinent implications for modern conductors. In addition to traditional forms such as instrumental, choral, and mixed ensembles, modern conductors must be aware of the unique characteristics of the new commercial ensembles. These new ensembles include the film scoring stage, the jazz ensemble, and the worship ensemble. In addition to utilizing the fundamental concepts of traditional conducting, modern conductors must also attain a working knowledge of ...
Developing A Pedagogical Method Of Stylistic Keyboard Improvisation, 2019 University of Colorado, Boulder
Developing A Pedagogical Method Of Stylistic Keyboard Improvisation, Jonathan Morris
Keyboard Graduate Theses & Dissertations
Although improvisation today is often associated with jazz or contemporary music, it played an important role in Western Art Music performances until recently. For many great composers of the past, improvisation was a central element of the music-making process. Often, pianists and composers would include improvised portions of music in their concerts or would alter their compositions in real time during performances. Many factors led to the decline of this type of music, including composers’ desire for more control with regard to their compositions and the advent of recording technology. As technological advances came to allow for note-perfect recordings, improvisations ...
Influential Women In The History Of American Music Education, 2019 Liberty University
Influential Women In The History Of American Music Education, Christina Genae Mathis
Early American music education is rooted not only in the work of Lowell Mason and other male music education pioneers, but also in the lives of a number of women whose work in the field was largely unnoticed until the twentieth century and the evolution of women’s rights in America. This project researched the lives and contributions of five of these women: Frances Elliott Clark, one of the first educators to take advantage of the technology available at the time, who incorporated the use of phonographs in the music classroom; Julia Ettie Crane, whose legacy lives on through the ...
The Right Chord: Evelyn Lee, 2019 Singapore Management University
The Right Chord: Evelyn Lee, Ishan Singh
Meet Evelyn Lee, 35, a registered music therapist and the founder of Prospect Music Therapy, an organisation that uses music therapy methods to promote health and well-being. Her clients’ needs are wide-ranging—from neonatal to palliative care—and among them are infants with complex needs, children with developmental delays, stroke sufferers and the elderly with dementia. Over a jamming session with ISHAN SINGH, Evelyn sheds light on her unique profession and the transformative power of music.
Critically Assessing Forms Of Resistance In Music Education, 2019 Gettysburg College
Critically Assessing Forms Of Resistance In Music Education, Brent C. Talbot, Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams
Education Faculty Publications
In their classrooms, music educators draw upon critical pedagogy (as described by Freire, Giroux, and hooks) for the express purpose of cultivating a climate for conscientização. Conscientização, according to Paulo Freire (2006), “refers to learning to perceive social, political, and economic contradictions and to take action against the oppressive elements of reality” (p. 35). This consciousness raising is a journey teachers pursue with students, together interrogating injustices in communities and the world in order to transform the conditions that inform them. Learning to perceive social, political, and economic contradictions often leads to multiple forms of resistance in and out of ...
Music History- Laugh And Learn, 2019 Liberty University
Music History- Laugh And Learn, Jessica Ellen Fagan
The project I have chosen aligns with my curriculum project and research. Data will be gathered on the effects of laughter in the classroom. This research will show that humor can motivate students as well as aide memory. Overall, the project should conclude that laughter aids in the learning process. This project has great importance in the field of education, especially music education. Students have come to memorize for the tests, soon forgetting what they have learned. Adding a fun twist on a class that will aide students in their first year of college may increase enrollment. This may also ...
Music Direction For The Stage: Training For Success In Christian-Based Performing Arts, 2019 Liberty University
Music Direction For The Stage: Training For Success In Christian-Based Performing Arts, David Keith Schubert
The stage production music director is a position requiring highly advanced musical, managerial, and administrative skills. Many churches, Christian schools, and community groups have an interest in mounting a show or launching a performing arts ministry; however, most worship pastors, choral/instrumental conductors, and music teachers have not been adequately prepared for this specialized assignment. Of the available training resources on production and theatrical work, few address the role of the music director. Additionally, most of the literature is written for the mainstream theatrical environment. Still missing is a treatment that blends standard industry practices with the pastoral leadership and ...
Literacy-Based Elementary Music Instruction And English Language Literacy Acquisition, 2019 Concordia University St. Paul
Literacy-Based Elementary Music Instruction And English Language Literacy Acquisition, Stefan Wolf
Graduate Teacher Education
It is often touted by music educators and proponents of music education in the public school system that music helps improve math and reading achievement and test scores. While this justification has undoubtedly saved some music programs, the purpose of this study is not to establish the usefulness of music education in improving other skills but rather to find parallels and overlaps between music literacy and English language acquisition and the pedagogy used to teach both and to determine what implications these relationships have for music literacy pedagogy for all. The author tentatively postulates that music literacy instruction has some ...
Increasing The Inclusion Of Women Composers In The Wind Band Repertoire: Pale As Centuries By Sarah Kirkland Snider, 2019 Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College
Increasing The Inclusion Of Women Composers In The Wind Band Repertoire: Pale As Centuries By Sarah Kirkland Snider, Clifton Gerod Croomes
LSU Doctoral Dissertations
Women composers are underrepresented in the wind band medium. This study aims to determine the major factors for the disparity between men and women composers. I’ve transcribed a contemporary chamber music piece, Pale As Centuries by Sarah Kirkland Snider, for the wind band. Expanding on Snider’s existing work for chamber ensemble I will explore her compositional style and reinterpret the piece using the colors of the wind band.
A review of the literature focuses on trends within western music in the United States over the last century and establishes a documented history of institutionalized marginalization. In an interview ...
Industry Profile: Denny Stilwell, Mack Avenue Music Group President, 2019 University of the Pacific
Industry Profile: Denny Stilwell, Mack Avenue Music Group President, Axel Tanner
No abstract provided.
Insta-Promotion: Here’S Why (And How) You Should Be Using Instagram To Market Your Music, 2019 University of the Pacific
Insta-Promotion: Here’S Why (And How) You Should Be Using Instagram To Market Your Music, Jennifer Morrow
No abstract provided.
A Failure Of The Music Industry: The Frustration Of Women Of Color, 2019 University of the Pacific
A Failure Of The Music Industry: The Frustration Of Women Of Color, Christina Estes-Wynne
Throughout the history of the music industry, women of color have not received the same recognition as their male counterparts because males have dominated the industry resulting in lack of female representation. Women have been oversexualized reducing their clout in their fields and the lack of acknowledgement of success, which discourages future generations of colored women from attempting to reach their highest potential.
Social Activism In The U.S. Music Industry, 2019 University of the Pacific
Social Activism In The U.S. Music Industry, Joey A. Tan
No abstract provided.
The Trending Killer, 2019 University of the Pacific
The Trending Killer, Diana Ventura
No abstract provided.
Big Business In The Music Business, 2019 University of the Pacific
Big Business In The Music Business, Kortney Burton
No abstract provided.
The Music Industry Has A Mental Health Problem, 2019 University of the Pacific
The Music Industry Has A Mental Health Problem, Manny Manriquez
No abstract provided.